Bar.B.Q Plaza


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Time for food again. This time is my old time favourite when I was in college. Let me introduce you to Bar.B.Q Plaza. What so special about this? You get to cook your own food. It’s very easy! I came in to the eating outlet greeted in Thai language, therefore I assume the concept eating in here is from Thailand. However, there is a little similarity with Koreans and Mongolians.

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Recently, they just came out with lunch sets. So, Jowie and I was giving it a try. The set is either pork or beef set. We ordered both.

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Also comes with shredded cabbage, baby corn, tomato, udon, chicken fillets, fish fillets and squids.

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I love their sauce so much. It comes with a bowl of brown sweet sauce, green chillies, lime and garlic. All you have to do is mix them all together.

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This is their garlic rice. I must say everyone should try this because it’s really delicious!

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Waiters or waitresses will fill up the sizzling pan with chicken stock soup. You are also given lard (pork fat) to oil the pan surface. Just cook the meat on the pan and cook the vegetables in the soup.

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After you read my post and still don’t understand what I’m speaking about. Don’t worry, they have a leaflet on the table¬†on how to cook your food there. This is recommended for everyone who are able to consume pork. It’s definitely non-halal, therefore not suitable for Muslims.

Bar.B.Q Plaza Outlets are available at:

  • 3rd Floor, Times Square, Kuala Lumpur
  • Lot 338a, 1st Floor, Rainforest 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Petaling Jaya. Tel: 03-77278148
  • Lot 35 & 36, Lower Level 2, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Centre, Petaling Jaya. Tel: 03-74923121
  • Lot F16, 1st Floor, AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre, Klang. Tel: 03-33262691

I urge everyone to try this. It’s a good experience plus good food! Oh yeah, there’s green tea comes together with the lunch set and it’s free refill.

xoxo,
Traclyn Yeoh

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A Malaysian beauty blogger expressing her views on beauty and life's other superficial aspects. Not to mention, beauty tutorials to appease the die-hard beauty junkies.

10 Comments

  1. Wow ~ how cool is that!  We used to go to a Mongolian Restaurant in South Africa….it used to be the same concept….except you used to choose your stuff and take it to them and they would cook it whilst you stood watching them….

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